The Fall of the Philippines, Volume 2, Part 2
Office of the Chief of Military History, Department of the Army, 1953 - World War, 1939-1945 - 626 pages
A detailed description of the three-month defense of Bataan, the siege of Corregidor, the soldier[alpha]s life in the crowded intimacy of Malinta Tunnel, MacArthur[alpha]s evacuation, and the surrender of 78,000 American and Allied troops.
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Signing the Constitution of the Philippine Commonwealth
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14th Army Opns 1st Battalion 21st Division 26th Cavalry 31st Infantry 3d Battalion 45th Infantry Abucay advance Air Force aircraft American Army Air Asiatic Fleet attack Bataan battery beach bombers bombs Brereton Brig Brigade Calumpit Chief of Staff Clark Field coast Colonel command Corps Rpt Corregidor December defense Detachment Diary east enemy fantry Field Artillery Filipinos fire flank Fleet Formosa guns Harbor headquarters Hist Homma Ibid Islands January Japanese Jones Lamon Bay landing Lingayen Lingayen Gulf Manila Bay Mauban Memo ment miles military Mindanao move naval night North Luzon Force Notebooks OCMH officers operations ordered Phil Reds Philippine Army Philippine Division Philippine Scouts planes position reached regiment River road Route Rpt of Opns Scouts sector supplies talion tanks Tarlac tion Trail troops U.S. Army units USAFFE USAFFE-USFIP Rpt Wainwright withdrawal